It really is stunning how many tiny little changes we can make in our everyday life that would save us money. For instance; driving. We’ve all heard the stories (and watched the YouTube videos). We know that practicing safer driving can save lives. But you know when most people pay attention and really start thinking about safety? When it pops their bubble. When there’s a close call. When it hits their wallet. Hopefully, that is long before they’ve made a grave mistake of affecting a life or a family.
I have to be honest, until I was doing research on National Safe Driving Month I didn’t think that driving any differently than I already do would save me much more than a few bucks on my premium and not having to pay a ticket if I got caught for speeding.
My Grandpa always told me, “The worst driver is one who is convinced that he's the best driver in the world.” That’s funny, Grandpa, but true. Just for a moment, humor me by reading through a few things below with the belief that you aren’t the best driver in the world and let’s see if you could save some money –and drive safer - by just changing a few things.
How did you do? Any surprises?
Are there things you do on an everyday basis that you could change that would make you a safer driver and/or save you money?
What is your opinion on tracking driver behavior? If offered, is it something you would be willing to do?
Safety guidelines are not intended to be all inclusive, but are provided for your consideration. Please use your own judgment to determine what safety features/ procedures should be used in each unique situation.
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